World’s most viewed sports WWE player Dolph Ziggler net worth total income salary monthly yearly & earning per day week match event and contract details here.
Dolph Ziggler Salary/carrier earning 2015: $775,000
Winning Bonus $258,000
Dolph Ziggler Net worth: $1,600,000
Profession: Wrestler (WWE contract in 2004)
Endorsements Income: $193,750
Born Place: Cleveland, Ohio
Born Date: 27-Jul-80
Full or real name: Theodore “Nic” Nemeth
Market Value: $3,875,000
Year Salary Net worth Winning Bonus
2013-2014 $387,500 $864,865 $114,815
2014-2015 $534,483 $1,066,667 $172,222
2015 $775,000 $1,600,000 $258,333
2015-2016 (according to contract) $891,250 – –
Total: $2,588,233 $3,531,532 $545,370
Dolph Ziggler was born on July 27, 1980 at Cleveland Ohio, U.S. His currently having a net worth is $1,600,000 and His salary was $387,500 in the year 2013 with a net worth of $864,865 and he winning bonus of worth $114,815 where as in 2014 he grabbed a net worth of $1,100,000 including winning bonus of worth $173,000 and salary of $534,483.
He is an American professional wrestler and comedian, currently signed to WWE. He returned to the WWE main roster under his current ring name in September 2008. Since then, Ziggler has held the World Heavyweight Championship twice, the WWE Intercontinental Championship four times and the WWE United States Championship once, and was the 2012 Money in the Bank winner.
Ziggler has also been the sole survivor of two Survivor Series elimination matches at the 2012 and 2014 events.
He was a three-time All-Mid-American Conference champion, winning the 165 lb tournament in 2000, 2002, and 2003, and as of 2010 is the last wrestler from Kent State University to have won three amateur wrestling championships.
He feuded with Paul Burchill and challenged unsuccessfully for the OVW Television Championship, On August 12, 2005 losing a championship match against then-champion Ken Doane. On November 18 at Survivor Series Ziggler captained the traditional 5-on-5 elimination tag team match opposite Mick Foley. He won the match by last pinning Orton making him the sole survivor of the match.
On June 29 at Money in the Bank he competed in the Money in the Bank ladder match for a WWE World Heavyweight Championship contract, but the match was won by Seth Rollins.
He has over the years repeatedly referenced the “bronies” of the My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic fandom. This preceded fellow wrestler Xavier Woods coming out as a brony in March 2015 and commentator Corey Graves attending BronyCon in his WWE Culture Shock series
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